The 41st St. Gallen Symposium
12–13 May 2011 at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland
The St. Gallen Symposium is the world’s leading platform for dialogue on key issues in management, the entrepreneurial environment and the interfaces between business, politics and civil society.
Every year in May for over 40 years, it has brought together a global target group of entrepreneurs, top managers, politicians, academics, decision-makers from civil society and students at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland, providing an inspirational setting for open, interdisciplinary discussions across boundaries of cultures and generations.
As an entrepreneurial initiative of the International Students’ Committee (ISC) St. Gallen, the aim of the St. Gallen Symposium is to stimulate thought and action for the sustained success of companies and societies in a globalised world.
The topic of this year’s 41st St. Gallen Symposium was “Just Power.”
Below is a video of Rafal Rohozinski and Rex Hughes’ panel on cybercrime, as well as a video of an interview with Doctor Hughes entitled “Cybersecurity: A Business with Fear” at this year’s St. Gallen Symposium.
Rafal Rohozinski and Rex Hughes’ Panel on Cybercrime
Rex Hughes on Cybersecurity
Rafal Rohozinski is a Senior Fellow with the Munk School of Global Affair’s Canada Centre for Global Security Studies and CEO of the SecDev Group.
Rex Hughes is a Visiting Fellow with the Munk School of Global Affair’s Canada Centre for Global Security Studies, and a Visiting Fellow for Cybersecurity with Wolfson College at Cambridge University.